This 1-day project was unplanned and emerged as a way to fill the space left open by my unexpectedly needing to rush off of a flight after having already boarded. The story is here: Pre-flight Turbulence.
Despite being able to fake it enough to get the degrees, I’ve always been an experiential learner and disinclined to engage in research and text-based learning. When I took up photography, my approach to it was to just go shoot. Recently, I met John T. Hill, former professor at Yale and author of numerous books […]
Wandering is instinctual for me. If life circumstances permitted it, I would spend the bulk of the day walking big cities and rural villages – and the occasional beach. It’s an expression of the gypsy/nomad aspect that is so central to who I Be. Wandering through the streets of NYC or New Haven – the […]
Oases are quite welcome during the long days of wandering I engage in. But there are rules. Of course, the coffee or tea or food that is offered should be of quality – carelessness as a host is unforgivable. Simple is more desirable than elaborate, fresh more than fast. But even more critical is the […]